March 30, 2012 RSS feed / Community News

Wentworth committee hires owner’s representative

This week a new face joined the effort behind planning the new Wentworth Intermediate School project.  On March 26, Paul Koziell, chairman of the Wentworth Intermediate School Building Committee, introduced Phil LaClaire, of PML Project Manageme More...

Land trust applauds former director

Directors, volunteers and friends of the Scarborough Land Trust honored former executive director Marla Zando at a farewell party on March 7.  Scarborough Land Trust President Jack Anderson thanked Marla for her six years of dedicated service to More...

Woodin Award nominations sought

Nominations are being accepted for the annual Woodin  Awards in Scarborough.  The awards, started in 2006, honor Scarborough resident, businessman and conservationist Eddie Woodin and annually recognize the Scarborough youth sports families More...

Act of kindness reported at grocery store

Resident receives $20 gift card with request to pay it forward

Jan Shorey of Scarborough was standing in line to check out at Hannaford in Oak Hill when a woman tapped her on the shoulder and handed her a card.  “She just handed me this card and it had a $20 Hannaford gift card with it,” said Sh More...

At One2One Bodyscapes you get the one on one attention you deserve in personal training

Exercising at a traditional gym can be an isolated and frustrating experience. If you are looking to for a place that breaks the typical gym mold, One2One BodyScapes is the workout studio for you.  More...

Middle school to present “Wizard of Oz”

The Scarborough Middle School Theater Team will stage “The Wizard of Oz” Friday, Saturday and Sunday.  Performances are scheduled for 6 p.m. tonight, 2 and 6 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. More...

Loss of revenue impacts town Committee reviews fire, police budgets

As chief of the Scarborough Fire Department and Emergency Management Director, B. More...

Councilors concerned with road condition

Say proposed project would increase congestion

When Town Councilor Carol Rancourt looks at the Oak Hill Intersection that connects Route 1, Gorham Road and Black Point Road, she sees nothing but congestion.  With the possibility Wegman Companies will build an 81-unit assisted living facility More...

Education foundation exceeds goal

Organization tops $13,000 in first season of fundraising

The fund-raising campaign for the Scarborough Education Foundation has come to a close.  Will Leadley, president of the foundation, announced this week that the foundation, founded in December, exceeded its goal of raising $10,000. More...

College’s nursing club is a ‘blessing’

Students to raise money for first mission trip

Southern Maine Community College’s Nursing Club needs help.  More...

Scarborough Physical Therapy and Aquatics “We do everything from pediatrics to geriatrics”

Scarborough Family Physical Therapy and Aquatics provides injured Mainers top-notch personalized care to alleviate pain and get them back to an active lifestyle.  Bradford Blanchard founded the practice to offer personalized pain relief to enhan More...

CoWorx moves offices but keeps skilled staffers

CoWorx Staffing Services may have changed offices when it moved to 56 Industrial Park Road in Saco, but one thing that has not changed is the staff’s knowledge and their dedication to both clients and employees.  More...